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Steck Skin Zipper - 21890


Steck Skin Zipper - 21890



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Steck Skin Zipper - 21890

Steck
SKU:    STECK-21890
Price: $29.99 
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A Fast, Easy, Time Saving Way to Skin a Door!
  • Skin a door in less than 10 minutes.
  • Fits all standard air hammers.
  • Self lubricating reinforced nylon head.
  • Saves arm fatigue.
  • Replaceable head skins at least 10 doors.

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1. Anonymous User on 12/10/2014, said:

I just used the Skin Zipper for the first time on a gen 2 Firebird door skin. It worked pretty good especially along the flat edges (bottom edge) of the door. I had some difficulty along the curved edge up the front and rear of the door. I should have used the hammer and dolly in those areas. overall it's not too bad of a product, I just need some practice.
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2. Anonymous User on 11/12/2012, said:

this is a good tool but its life is limited because even if you use reduced air pressure ( as directed) the metal shaft of the tool still get too warm and starts to melt the tool, then you have to STOP !
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3. George on 4/8/2011, said:

did not show the finished side of the door
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4. Anonymous User on 10/15/2010, said:

Could not see the finished side very well.I would like to try it.I'am 43 years old and have about 36 years experience of auto body paint and collision. I turn about 5000 hr a year speed is every thing and at the same it needs to be right. Thank you for the vid Sam.
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